Noguchi and Stewart (2014)

Choice Data

The database data.sqlite3 contains four tables: instruction, choiceset, participant and trial. The first two tables, instruction and choiceset, contain the materials used in the experiment: the instruction table records text messages presented at each trial, and the choiceset table records values of alternatives. The other two tables, participant and trial, contain the collected data: the participant table records whether participant was engaged in the task, and the trial table records participants' responses. The R script shows how to load the collected data onto a single data frame.

Dependencies

The R script uses the following libraries:

RSQLite (https://github.com/rstats-db/RSQLite)

Hmisc (http://biostat.mc.vanderbilt.edu/wiki/Main/Hmisc)

dplyr (https://github.com/hadley/dplyr)

tidyr (https://github.com/hadley/tidyr)

ggplot2 (http://ggplot2.org/)

Fixation Data

The sqlite3 database fixation.sqlite3 contains one table: fixation. This table has 6 columns:

participant_id
trial
within_trial_index: 0 indicates the first fixation after the trial onset, 1 indicates the second fixation, 2 indicates the third fixation, and so on
alternative
attribute
duration: fixation duration in milliseconds

LICENSE

The article is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0. The other files are under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0. If you find the data or the script useful, please cite the above paper in your work.